# Author Correction: Full-gap superconductivity in spin-polarised surface states of topological semimetal β-PdBi2

@article{Iwaya2017AuthorCF,
title={Author Correction: Full-gap superconductivity in spin-polarised surface states of topological semimetal $\beta$-PdBi2},
author={Katsuya Iwaya and Yuhki Kohsaka and K. Okawa and Tadashi Machida and Mohammad Saeed Bahramy and Tetsuo Hanaguri and Takao Sasagawa},
journal={Nature Communications},
year={2017},
volume={8}
}
• K. Iwaya, +4 authors T. Sasagawa
• Published 28 August 2017
• Physics, Medicine, Biology
• Nature Communications
The original version of this article contained an error in Fig. 3. The calculated patterns of quasiparticle interference in the figure were incorrect due to the wrong Wannier transformation in the calculation. This correction does not affect the discussion or the conclusion of the article.
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